Mr. Burns goes under cover as "Fred" at the nuclear power plant and becomes friends with Homer and the gang; Burns implements all sorts of amenities to improve his employees' lives, but a jealous Smithers plots to bring the old, bitter Burns back.
At a museum exhibit of Ancient Rome, Marge and Homer get into an argument about Homer's lack of ambition.
Lisa stays home from school to explore the wonders of Western art; each family member takes on the persona of a famous artist.
The annual terror-themed trilogy, including a frightening look at the 2020 election, parodies of Pixar and "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" and a ninth birthday Lisa just can't get over.
When Marge and the kids take a seaside vacation, Homer is unwittingly tempted by a British femme fatale.
Grampa is accused of a crime; Kent Brockman questions his career.
Bart becomes a voice-over actor; Comic Book Guy is humiliated at Comic-Con; Lisa is set up for a fall.
Odd couple Skinner and Chalmers embark on an 800-mile car ride to Cincinnati to attend an administrator's convention.
Lisa calls her teacher, Ms. Hoover, a hack and refuses to apologize; Lisa learns Ms. Hoover's private pain.
A cable channel films a Christmas movie in Springfield, and Skinner falls in love.